I remember standing in the middle of Times Square and staring up at the thousand neon lights blinking back at me
I remember the grotty narrow subway platforms filled with daily commuters and sounds of buskers from every corner
I remember the smells of exhaust fumes mixed with kebabs from street side stalls as I walked down 3rd Ave
I remember peering into the luxurious boutiques lining 5th Ave wondering when I could ever afford them
I remember strolling down Central Park and passing countless dog walkers who seemed so carefree
I remember how I felt in Harlem where everything was so different as if we had left the city and entered a whole new place
I remember you fondly New York.
More to come…